How Todd Lubar Sees Baltimore As Thriving

As someone with deep experience in Baltimore’s real estate industry, Todd Lubar says that unbeknownst to many people who just read news about this city there are a lot of positive things going on. Todd Lubar says that there is a lot of exciting real estate projects going on in Charm City as well as new businesses being opened all the time. One of the bigger trends he has noticed is that many older buildings in Baltimore, including historic landmarks, are being upgraded and repurposed as condos and apartments. These really appeal to millennials who are attracted to this city’s lower living expenses as compared to other cities in the area.

Because of all the young professionals moving to Baltimore Todd Lubar says that it is a great city to start a new company in. There are a lot of entrepreneurs in this city and the citizens of this city support their own. The biggest successful company in Baltimore is Under Armour and there are many mid-sized firms as well. Because of this there are full-service housing communities that are in demand located closely to the business districts.

In addition to real estate, Todd Lubar has extensive experience with credit and financing. Right after he graduated from Syracuse University he found a job at Crestar Mortgage Corporation. He worked there for a number of years before joining Legacy Financial Group. He was once the senior vice president at Charter Funding but he left this company in the aftermath of the 2007-2008 recession. You can visit his page.

Todd Lubar now owns his own company called TDL Global Ventures, LLC. He developed a family of loan products that he sells to his clients. He says that he starts off his days with his kids and then takes them to school. He gets caught up on the news one he reaches his office and then prioritizes his day. He says that being an entrepreneur means doing hard work and putting plans into action. Beyond his business pursuits he enjoys traveling and playing golf as his two main hobbies. You can follow their Twitter page.